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Chattanooga Chamber’s International Business Council Annual Meeting, International Business Awards are June 5


Chattanooga, Tenn. (May 31, 2018) – The International Business Council of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce holds its annual meeting and the second annual International Business Awards on Tuesday, June 5, 5:30 to 8 p.m. at 901 Lindsay. This event celebrates the contributions of international business to the greater Chattanooga area.

Finalists for the large employer International Business Award are:

HomeServe USA

Komatsu

BASF

Finalists for the small employer International Business Award are:

Mad Priest Coffee

Security Centres International (USA)

Award recipients will be named at the June 5 event, and Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger will speak. Tickets will be available for $25 at the venue on the day of the event. The International Business Council welcomes all members of the Chattanooga business community to attend.


The International Business Council of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce is the community’s leading voice for supporting and promoting international trade and investment in the Chattanooga area. Find out more here.

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